Few cities boast a historic heritage as impressive as that of Athens. A city worshipped by gods and people, a magical city. The birthplace of civilisation and democracy. Home to the astonishing...
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Local Tip Currently The Asian Spa group operates nine spa outlets, two in Athens,two on Santorini, one on Spetses, three on the Ionian island of Corfu and one in Thessaloniki.
Local Tip The 21 bar restaurant provides a unique experience and is a stimulating place with exceptional food, lively atmosphere with pleasant music and trendy cocktails at the bar.
What better time to see Athens, than in the winter? There are plenty of bonuses! Flights are considerably cheaper and hotel prices are as much as 50%...more »
Today, marathon running is an increasingly popular sport...more »
Magical Athens; a city of authenticity and vivid atmosphere has so much to offer during the Christmas and New Year's festivities. We have prepared a short list for everyone to enjoy; of all ages...more »
In 2009 the new Acropolis Museum, in the heart of the city of Athens, was inaugurated. Ever since, thousands of visitors have wandered throughout its...more »
A photo journey at the beautiful Cretan “Lefka Ori” mountains entitled “Life Embracing Rock” is hosted until August 31, 2014 at the Athens International Airport ‘Eleftherios Venizelos’. The exhibition displays the rare beauty, the diversity, and the enormous ecological capital of the Cretan “Lefka Ori” mountains, through 32... more »
The talking icons, a distinct type of religious painting, is presented at the exhibition “Talking icons: The dissemination of devotional paintings in Russia and the Balkans, 16th – 19th century” which is hosted at the Byzantine and Christian Museum until September 30, 2014. Fifteenth-century Europe witnessed the development of a new... more »
The play attempts a modern reading, a transfer to the world of 'today', the consequences of war, economic crisis and authoritarian regimes ... The Trojan Women, is the most popular of the surviving tragedies of Euripides, text eminently anti-war, record as any text of ancient Greek literature the arrogance of power and its disastrous... more »
Giuseppe Verdi’s masterpiece Otello is presented for four performances in a new production at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus by the acclaimed opera director Yannis Kokkos, who attempts a psychological reading of the work. Otello is a story that is full of strong contrasts and violent emotions, about a powerful black soldier who thanks to his... more »
"Once you step onto the road, and you don't keep your feet, there's no telling where you might be swept off to" - J.R.R. Tolkien